Issued in the early 1920s, the W516 strip card set includes a total of five different types.
Modern Sports Card News
Back for a second year, 2018 Topps Luminaries is a roll of the dice product with just one low serial numbered autograph per box.
With a GPA of 7.318, the 1952 Topps set will be broken into individual lots. The set joins a bounty of 1914 Cracker Jacks, high-end sets and singles from all sports and rare memorabilia.
One of the six 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle cards rated PSA 9 has sold for nearly $3 million, setting a record for post-War cards.
Sports Memorabilia News
From the “Team LeBron” jersey worn by the All-Star MVP to the debut jerseys of Ben Simmons and Lonzo Ball, some big bucks have been dropped on NBA jerseys so far this season.
Around the Hobby
A hoard of high dollar LeBron James Exquisite basketball cards from Upper Deck’s era as an NBA-licensed manufacturer are on the auction block.
A new sports memorabilia store in Milwaukee; when endurance walking led to fame; old school trading for World Cup stickers…and a Canadian man’s massive puck collection.
- New Study Reveals MLB Leaders in Freebies
- Notes: PWCC’s Trading Card Index; Mathis Talks of Selling Mint Mantle; Old Wrigleyville Shop Survives
- Notes: Once Unloved, Ruth Ball Will Fetch Big Bucks; Ex-Bills Coach’s Playbooks on eBay
- Notes: Crowds at Philly Show, Hockey Card Day; Ohtani’s Heritage Autos=Big $
What’s Hot in the Shop
Football is over but two new products are reluctant to give up the throne to incoming baseball issues (which are also sizzling).